On the one hand, there's the Canon EOS 1000D. Anyone that's into small dSLRs and/or has an EOS-based system already and wants another or even a backup body should be looking into this IMO, as the 450D is nice but it's about €100 too pricey.
Canon EOS 1000D / Digital Rebel XS Hands-on Preview: 1. Introduction: Digital Photography Review
On the other hand, there's the new midform Hasselblad and I suppose those than know what it is know whether they need it, and whether they'll ever use its potential or whether simply using film and scanning on a drum scanner will work just fine vs. paying over €30,000. If anybody sells a couple cars to buy the Hasselblad, please post impressions.
Hasselblad assembles megapixel monster: Digital Photography Review
Then there's the Nikon D700, which IMO is an attractive idea -- D3 sensor in a D300 body. It's still a bit of a brick but at least you've got FX sensor sizing and can now actually go wide if you've got the lenses to do so.
Me? I shot film this summer. Not a typo -- film. I decided to keep my money and go back to a 25-year-old fully manual film SLR. Loved it. I may just keep using it and just get my pics scanned onto a disc when I get them developed (I've got access to a dark room but not the time or the energy -- Costco, here I come).